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Classical Civilisation A-Level *FEES PAYABLE* at St Mary's Senior School

Course description

Aims of the Course • To give students the opportunity to study elements of the history, literature, philosophy, politics, religion, and social history of the Classical world (this is done by reading literature in translation and by looking at material evidence and, wherever possible, we visit museums and attend performances of Greek plays to reinforce our studies and take trips to classical sites abroad). • To develop awareness of the similarities and differences between the Classical World and later times, and thus to gain a sensitivity to past societies whose spiritual, cultural and moral values and priorities contrast with those of the modern western world. • To teach students to research into and evaluate evidence, and to develop critical skills and responses when confronted by different types of literature and evidence.

Entry requirements

It is expected that you will achieve an A Grade at GCSE in the subjects that you wish to continue to AS Level.

GCSE English at Grade B or above

If you are joining us for Sixth Form from another school we require that you achieve at least six A Grades and above at GCSE Level.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Mary's Senior School directly.

Last updated date: 04 November 2015

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